Hello everyone, since this is my first post I'll begin with an introduction:
My name is Davide and I live in Naples, Italy. I'm 28 years old, 173cm short and 89kg, at around 21% bodyfat.
I started lifting two years ago, after more than 10 years of karateI stopped due to some family problems. Lifting helped me deal with the loss of one of the dearest people I had
I initially ran starting strength and got to a 125kg squat, 135 deadlift and 75 bench. I don't remember how much i pressed or rowed, sorry.
Since I had a rally shitty form a friend of mine who is graduated by the Italian powerlifting federation got me on a twelve weeks program that I did for about 8 weeks, before getting on the one lift a day by Dan John, the wendler 5/3/1 and occasional lifting session due to forced breaks (universiry, work etc).
i started lifting again this winter,, even though I've had a lot of problems and had to skip a lot of sessions I managed to get at this weights, following starting strength again
Squat: 130x4 (I deloaded and got back due days ago to 127.5 two days ago)
Deadlift: 150x4 (I managed to get five one time, but I'm stuck)
Bench: 80x4 (I managed to get 5 reps on the second set, but only four on the other two)
Press: 47.5 (beltless, zero problems)
Power clean: 52.5 (zero problems)
I'm eating a minimum of 2300 calories a day with 115grams of protein( I got these numbers from the articles "to be a beast") with 6-9 hours of sleep every night.
Now, after this (not so short) introduction, here's my question:
Should I keep going on with a linear progression? As you can see I'm missing reps on the bench and deads, and the squat is becoming really tiring. I don't really know what to do, because I honesly fear about getting injured, since I lift alone in my basement and I just have a pair of squat stands with no safeties, since I cannot afford a power rack.
Thanks for your help:)